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AAA Music | 18 October 2019

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Clive Rozario

Lapalux – Live @ Dance Tunnel

22 March 2013 |

London, 21st March

Texture. As Downed In Sound recently pointed out, ‘texture’ is a word used a lot when referencing Lapalux’s music. In fact, it’s used an awful lot, dominating most Lapalux reviews, press releases and blurbs. He adds … Read More

Nosaj Thing – Live @ Village Underground

17 March 2013 |

London, 14th March.

LA’s Nosaj Thing doesn’t frequent the UK nearly enough, so credit is due to Earnest Endeavours and Black Atlantic for enticing him over for this show at East London’s best venue (yes, better than XOYO, and certainly … Read More

Squarepusher – Live @ Hackney Empire

22 October 2012 |

London, 20th October

I sometimes wonder about the crowd security at experimental shows of this nature. Standing in front of the stage with their backs to the performance, the bouncers just witness the wide-eyed amazement of the Squarepusher fans, … Read More

Josephine – “Phoenix”

20 August 2012 |

This is how crossover music should be done. Plenty of popstars dabble with hiphop productions in a bid to sound contemporary, rock bands endlessly employ string arrangements with the aim of adding some class, and hiphop artists regularly cut … Read More

FIB BENICASSIM 2012 – Live Review

22 July 2012 |

In a year where a depressing number of festivals have struggled so severely to flog tickets that they’ve been cancelled, it didn’t come as much of a surprise to learn that not only had the Festival Internacional de BenicàssimRead More

Crocodiles @ Barfly

23 February 2011 |

London, 21st February

Crocodiles are cool…

Crocodiles’ short set at the Camden Barfly – February 21 – was loud. So loud that this embarrassed reviewer had to pop in his Ipod earphones to try and soften the raging reverberations from … Read More

Sugarland – The Incredible Machine

6 February 2011 |

‘The Incredible Machine’ is Sugarland’s fourth studio album and demonstrates a self-described “creative rebirth” – a rebirth which sees the American duo audaciously jump from one mainstream genre of music us Brits don’t give a damn about to another … Read More

Josh Bray – Whisky and Wool

6 December 2010 |

Having been a quiet but consistent part of the Capital’s acoustic touring circuit, London based folk fans may have come across Josh Bray. For most, however, ‘Whisky and Wool’ will be the first real chance for this Devon-born singer-writer … Read More